Sailor Slang

November 24, 2015

We at Trilogy Excursions are sailors at heart. From our founders, the “sailing Coon” family, to our captains and crew who bring their experience and love of the ocean and adventure from all corners of the world, sailing is in our blood. Harnessing wind in the form of sailing has been one of man’s greatest […]

It was a busy morning on November 1st in Lahaina. We had 45 energetic and motivated volunteers passionate about ocean and island conservation, and ready for a day of fun out on the water, even after celebrating a fun Lahaina Halloween the night before! The volunteers took care of a Lahaina harbor clean up bright and […]

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Conservation with Kelly! By Kelly Montenero, Marine Education and Conservation Director, Trilogy Excursions It’s not easy for anyone to brag about himself or herself. It makes us feel uncomfortable and sometimes it’s hard to have the right perspective when looking back on our own achievements. That’s why I was interested in learning the back-story of […]

Post image for Blue ‘Aina Reef Cleanup 10/18/15- Sponsored by Ka’anapali Beach Hotel, Lulu’s Lahaina Surf Club & Grill, Benefitting Nā ʻAikane o Maui

Our second October Blue’Aina reef cleanup was unique- we met our volunteers at Ka’anapali Beach Hotel and boarded Trilogy Elua directly on the beach, after volunteers checked in and did their kokua of quickly cleaning the beach of debris. Due to an unusual fall south swell, we cruised down the coast looking for suitable snorkel […]

Post image for Trilogy’s Blue’Aina Campaign Cleans and Surveys the Reef and Donates $1000 to the Malama Kai Foundation

Though rain threatened in the morning, Trilogy’s Blue ‘Aina Campaign’s October 4th reef clean up managed to find a sunny window of time to malama our reefs. New volunteers and regulars alike joined us on Sunday morning in Lahaina Harbor, ready to dedicate their morning to cleaning a Maui nearshore reef of marine debris. We […]

Post image for Maui Brewing Company and Trilogy Excursions’ Blue’Aina Event Raise Money for Maui’s Mooring System and Clean the Reef of Marine Debris

Marine debris is a problem that just keeps getting bigger and bigger. Fortunately, there are people that are willing to do something about it. As a part of International Coastal Cleanup, the Blue ‘Aina Campaign hosted an underwater reef clean up at Mala Wharf on Sunday, September 20th, with 60 volunteers. The ocean minded volunteers […]

When disaster strikes it usually makes headlines for 24 hours before disappearing into the ether of “old news”. It was only four months ago that the devastating earthquakes struck Nepal and the Himalayas region killing 9,000 people and displacing more than 450,000 from their homes. These are staggering numbers, and yet, it’s easy to forget […]

Post image for Trilogy’s Blue ‘Aina Reef Clean Up 8/16/15- Sponsored by Hawaiian Paddle Sports, Hard Rock Café Maui, Benefits Surfrider Foundation and Pacific Cancer Foundation

Despite worries about another Pacific tropical storm, Trilogy’s Blue ‘Aina Campaign’s August reef clean up happened on a calm, beautiful day. New volunteers and regulars alike joined us on Sunday morning in Lahaina Harbor, ready to dedicate their morning to cleaning a Maui nearshore reef of marine debris. We did our harbor clean up before […]

Love seafood? Most likely, you do. Hawai’i has a rich tradition of creating delicious dishes from the sea’s bounty; residents and visitors alike love experiencing local culture through ahi poke bowls, mahi mahi sandwiches, opihi barbeques, and more.   But with the current rate of industrial fishing and ever higher populations’ demands on the world’s […]